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... sure it wasn't an Australian beach, but it certainly did the trick). A few days here, and with a day out of the town to see the island of Bali was a nice way to wind down at the end of my trip. To meet up with Becky here was great. We spent the majority of our day by the pool after the both of us got fed up of being on the beach. I was covered in sand and Becky couldn't get comfortable - the sun was also really baking us. We grabbed some drinks to take ...
... We had no knowledge of this tradition, so we decided to check it out and learn about it. We got a quick tour of he village, and saw women, young and old, sitting in their porches with their fine, hand-dyed thread and long rollers. We saw some simple patterns, and intricate ones. Just the way they weave, you can see how laborious it is. The women sit with their legs stretched out, feet placed holding the bamboo plank at the end and abdomen at the other end. ...
... take some footage of the Balinese girls surfing for work using the go-pro they had loaned me. I managed to hire a board that had a go pro mount so paddled out with it facing outwards. It was amazing to be out with so many women, and fun to catch a tiddler or two myself. Mostly the surf was way too full on for me.. at low tide the waves barrel right onto dry reef; but a great vibe and fantastic to watch the better women shredding.
... and watch. One particularly funny sight was what seemed to be a driverless motorbike transporting a huge mound of coconut leaves along the street. It wasn’t until the bike got closer that we could just make out a tiny head in the middle of the mound that we then realised was the driver! How this was possible being able to ride being completely buried up to his/her eyes was beyond us, proving the Balinese are a resourceful bunch making ...
... in a more tangible way then a song they hear me sing and then never again. I have always wanted to go to Bali since I was kid and saw a picture in a magazine of a bungalow on the water, again remember my fascination with water. And while living in Hawaii, my love for yoga and nature grew exponentially. I got online to look up some WWOOFING (World Wide Opportunities On Organic Farms). Basically all around the world there are organizations that do good work ...